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PENTANINE

Gong

 

Canterbury Scene

2.93 | 26 ratings

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Joćo Paulo
4 stars A good album of Pierre's Moerlen published in 2004. Although not common in predominantly psychedelic just Gong music, this album shows a musical maturity, that for many people, seems to reveal the more commercial side of this group. The xylophone adds a touch peculiar to this work, like other Moerlen Pierre's. The psychedelia is not as repetitive as the albums of the seventies, which makes it not boring. This album is a quiet, very pleasant, with Zen moments mixed with moments of simple rhythm but that it takes quality. We are faced with the maturity and seriousness of this group of musicians who continue to do good works. it's an excellent acquisition for those who already know, so I give 4 stars
Joćo Paulo | 4/5 |

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